A Woman's Voice

November 19, 2013 ~ Book Review ~ Ghost Of Johanna

Posted in A WOMAN'S VOICE,BOOK REVIEWS ~ OTHER AUTHORS by doloresayotte on November 18, 2013
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“Ghost of Johanna” is a well-written and gripping fictional novel by talented Author Susan Earl.

Initially, Johanna along with her mother, are making their way to the United States from El Salvador to enjoy the freedom this country has to offer. Unfortunately, Johanna persishes at sea. However, she does not immediately leave this world and soon becomes, what appears to be, an imaginary friend to Angelina whose plight she can clearly identify with…Johanna makes every effort to lighten Angelina’s load. Although no one else is aware of her presence, the extraordinary connection between these two young girls forms an incredible bond. The ghost of Johanna is able to guide Angelina and her sister to safety through this mysterious and somewhat mythical method in which they manage to communicate.

This novel is a wonderful and encouraging book for the younger reading audience to enjoy. The author’s love for children shines through with every word she writes. Author Susan Earl is able to touch the hearts of both the adult and child with her apparent kindness as she reaches out to the reader from her own gentle heart.



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  1. Audra Krell said,

    It sounds like it would be very appealing to YA readers. Thank you for posting this review!

    • Thanks Audra…so wonderful to hear from you. How are you doing with your book?

  2. Thank you for posting your reveiw of Ghost of Johanna in A Woman’s Voice, Dolores. I am very honored!
    ♥ Susan

    • My pleasure Susan…God bless! 🙂

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